Seismic arrays have been widely used for many years in aspects of seismology as diverse as the determination of the innermost structure of the Earth (Bataille et al., 1990), the study of scattered waves to investigate the presence of heterogeneities in the crust (Gupta et al., 1993), the verification of the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (Husebye and Mykkeltveit, 1981), the determination of rupture propagation velocity during earthquakes (Goldstein and Archuleta, 1991b), the determination of shallow velocity structures from analyses of sustained wave fields such as cultural noise (Aki, 1957...

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